Wednesday, 30 September 2015

NA1 - Tuesday 29 September 2015

Summary of the class:

- Grammar: Formation of questions

- Reading: Extreme interviews

- Speaking: Extreme interviews

- Vocabulary: the paranormal

- Speaking: the paranormal. Click here to read the questions

Important note: Remember that the initial assessment exams will take place next week

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

NA1. Reading: Q & A

You can read the whole, original interviews to both Benedict Cumberbatch and Elisabeth Moss on the following links:

- Benedict Cumberbatch

- Elisabeth Moss

Friday, 25 September 2015

NA1 - Thursday 24 September 2015

Summary of the class:

- Reading and speaking: Benedict Cumberbatch and Elisabeth Moss

- Grammar: question formation

- Pronunciation: intonation of questions

- Speaking: questions and answers


- Complete the grammar activities on page 132

- Read the text on page 6 and complete the vocabulary activity

Thursday, 24 September 2015

NA1. Grammar: Mistake correction

Click on the links below and practise the exercises below:

- Activity 1

- Activity 2

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Language snippets - Easily confused words

Language snippets - Describing yourself

Note: There is a mistake in the words on the template above. It is a barrel of laughs, not a barrel of laugh. 

NA1 - Tuesday 22 September 2015

Summary of the class:

- Speaking: speed dating - Introductions

- Grammar / vocabulary: Mistakes. Click here to see the document.


Write an introductory letter to the person you chose in the speed dating activity. Use the character you invented and give as many details about yourself as possible.

Saturday, 19 September 2015

Some humour about stereotypes...

On Thursday we talked a little about whether stereotypes had some truth in them. Here's a humorous cartoon about the English:

And here's about Europeans:

NA1 - Thursday 17 September 2015

Summary of the class:

- Speaking: Lies and Truths. Introductions

- Speaking: Effective English Learning

- Listening practice

A new year starts...

Welcome to the new students visiting my blog. I hope this year will be fruitful and meet your expectations. Let's hope you don't have as many problems with your English as the man on the video below. :)